- Category : 1904-births
- Type : MGE
- Profile : 6/2 - Role Model / Hermit
- Definition : Split - Small (12,20,33,35,51)
- Incarnation Cross : LAX Endeavor 1
Peruvian businessman, son of the founders of the Inca Kola soda. He was born into a British family as a son of Don Jose Robinson Lindley and Dona Martha Stoppanie, he studied at the College of Ms. Cook and the Lima High School. In the eight years it began to work in the factory of soft drinks that his father founded in 1910; first as a bottle washer, then jarabeado room, and later bought a 1925 Ford small car that his father had purchased to replace the old horse-drawn carts used for the distribution of gas. Because imports of semi-automatic machines, the company began its expansion at regional level, reaching Huarochirí, Sing, Huarmey and Lurin. It was also one of the founders of American TV and one of the founding developers of the University of Lima. In 1928, the small family business became a limited company, acquiring the name of "Soda Water Factory Santa Rosa" JR Lindley e Hijos SA After the death of the patriarch in 1932, and his brother Joseph in 1936, Antonio 1937, Nicolás Alfredo in 1939 and in 1945, Isaac took over as general manager of the company, which would retain for 44 years, in which he managed to establish his product, the famous Inca Kola soda.
He died on 18 October 1989. Currently, his son, Johnny Lindley Taboada, is president of the Lindley Corporation, and his grandson, Johnny Robinson Lindley, general manager.